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Teresa Beery Administrative AssistantBannan 209(206) firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. David Boness Chair and Professor Bannan 308(206) email@example.com
Seattle UniversityDepartment of Physics901 12th AvenueSeattle, WA 98122
Fax: (206) 296-6266
SU PhysFest 2014 is for high school seniors interested in studying physics at Seattle University beginning in the fall of 2014. Students should have a strong interest in obtaining a degree in physics, engineering, or a related field.
An application for Seattle University must be submitted for you to be considered for participation in PhysFest. You can find information about applying to SU at this link. It is suggested that you have at least one of your high school physics teachers write a letter of recommendation as part of your Seattle University application. You must also fill out the PhysFest Interest Form.
After your SU application and PhysFest Interest Form have both been received, faculty from the Physics Department will review your information. If selected to attend, you will receive an invitation near the end of January.
SU PhysFest is free to invited attendees! Accommodations with a host student and meals are included. Partial airfare reimbursements are available; please contact us for details.
You will be introduced to a host student when you arrive for the workshop and will stay with them on or near campus. Your interactions with your host and with other current physics students will help give you a vivid picture of what student life is like as a physics major at SU.
Click on the links to the left to access information about physics faculty, curriculum, and facilities.
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